Pretty simple actually. It turns out that:
Why/when is this useful? Well, I found […]
Here’s a neat way to embed tests in a module’s file, so that when the file is run standalone, the tests are called and run by default.
The trick is the standard if __name__ == “__main__”: section that’s at the end of your Python file. If you include your test classes in your module’s file, […]
So it seems that someone took my instructions on how to install SharePoint 2013 on Windows 2012R2 from here and here and made a YouTube video showing how to do it. I’m flattered, but it sure would have been nice to be credited. 🙂
For the more visually inclined, I hope that […]
UPDATE June 25th, 2014: Screw this entire post. The guys at rtCamp (see comments) found this post and turned me on to their wonderful EasyEngine (@easyengine), which installs the entire LEMP stack and WordPress almost completely hands-free. […]
MariaDB, a fork of mySQL itself, bills itself as completely compatible with mySQL, so any mySQL install can be upgraded to MariaDB pretty much seamlessly (it was […]
I spent way too long trying unsuccessfully to install a LEMP stack (Linux, Nginx, mySQL, PHP) on Ubuntu on EC2. The only […]
I’ve gotten some nice responses in the comments over the last 2 months for my post on installing SharePoint 2013 on Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview. Fortunately, I’ve found that some things have changed for the RTM version of Win2012R2 (available now on MSDN; public […]
EDIT: This has changed a little for Windows Server 2012 R2 RTM, so make sure that you also read my follow-up post before spending time on the below.
I was all excited when I found out that you could try out Windows Server 2012 R2 […]